Top 3 Cultural Events in Sheffield (Mon. 7 – Sun. 13 Nov.)

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Social Sheffield Culture Editor, Jak Laight, picks the Top 3 Cultural Events in Sheffield, Mon. 7 – Sun. 13 November 2016.

1. – Women of Steel Residency // Until Tue. 28 Feb. // Yorkshire Artspace – – (FREE)

Line Cut Supply have begun their four-month residency at Yorkshire Artspace’s Persistence Works. Operating under the name Women of Steel, the project explores the role of women in manufacturing and industry. The residency covers talks, practical workshop sessions, a pop-up shop, and the Line Cut Supply workings visible to all by means of a glass-walled studio. The residency is divided into four themed sections: Trades, Technology, Manufacturing, and Engineering. November is Technology month. Explore the website (linked below) for a wealth of information and event listings.

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2. – Hollywood Vampires // Until Thurs. 17 November // 99 Mary Street – – (FREE)

London-based street artist Pure Evil (a.k.a. Charles Uzzell Edwards) continues 99MS’s impressive streak of exhibitions featuring pioneering British artists. Pure Evil’s international signature comes in the form of his fanged bunny, sprayed the world over. His Nightmares output was a series of portraits that depicted world famous icons in Warhol-esque fashion, each character shedding a stylised tear. Expanding upon this series, Pure Evil brings to Sheffield Hollywood Vampires. Icons from times past become weeping, vampiric beings. In this stellar exhibition, Pure Evil’s highly influential work lands in Sheffield and should not be missed.

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3. – Algomech 2016 // Sat. 12 Nov. – Sat. 19 Nov. // Various Locations – – (£0-£25)

Algomech is a festival of Algorithmic and Mechanical Movement – in fact, it’s the only festival of Agorithmic and Mechanical Movement (so far). It finds its home here in Sheffield, heart of industry and artistic energy. Featuring talks, e-textiles, and sound production, prepare to get stuck in at workshops in crafting sound with the typed word. Algomech relishes Sheffield’s history of electronic music, hosting several musical events. The festival’s music culminates in an Algorave: combining mechanical techno with algorithmic electronics.

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Jak Laight

Jak Laight

Adoptive son of Sheffield writing stories and foraging for the best in local culture. Jak loves celebrations of all things creative from new art to food and drink to spoken word.
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